Tachibana-dori (Orange Street)
The "vogue" street of Osaka, lined with fashionable shops including cafes, boutiques, general merchandise stores and interior goods shops.
Walk west for three minutes on the street one block south of Sankaku-Koen Park in America-mura to get to Tachibana-touri, the "vogue" street of Osaka. Fashionable shops including cafes, boutiques, general merchandise stores and interior goods shops line both sides of the 800-meter-long street, welcoming many young people on weekends. This street was formerly called Tachibana-touri (with a different kanji), dating back to the end of the Edo Period as the furniture store street in Minamihorie; many antique shops joined the street in the Meiji Era, and during the post-war, rapid-growth period, it became nationally famous as an area for furniture. It is currently known as Orange Street (Tachibana is a type of citrus), where Japanese traditional furniture stores from before the war still remain, but is also attracting attention as a new cultural trendsetter. On the south end, it neighbors Minatomachi River Place and OCAT.
Location〒 550-0015 Around Minamihoriedori, Nishi-ku, Osaka
ClosedVaries by location
Directions3-minute walk from Yotsubashi Station on the Osaka Metro Yotsubashi Line
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